Provide subject matter expertise during protocol development leading to review at the Division level and ensures that the concerns raised during the review are addressed by the Protocol Development Team.
Work closely with other engineers to develop the best technical design and approach for new product development. Participate in the full software development life cycle, working within broadly defined parameters.
Design, install, configure, and maintain technical infrastructure for the organization. Focus area includes Citrix / Xen environment. Modify, develop, write, and implement software applications or scripts
This position will lead the planning and execution of verification and validation activities for highly complex and unique electronics systems with Laboratory wide impact. Approves all requirements, interfaces, V&V plans, change requests.
Will be responsible for guiding the autonomy and fault management requirements/principles practices and products for space system architectures, designs, implementations, and verification and validation.
Troubleshoot network-related service issues including outages, anomalous behavior, and slow response class of problems. Outages may be on critical systems and candidates must be able to work methodically through these stressful events.
Will interact with other teams to develop and apply systems engineering policies, practices, requirements, plans and schedules. Work will be done across a spectrum of disciplines on tasks with government and non-government agencies.
Actively represent and pursue the best interests of an assigned project, leveraging experience and expertise to ensure mission goals and objectives (stated and implied) are foremost in analysis and subsequent recommendations for actions/plans.
The ideal candidate will possess project and/or organization leadership skills and be able to partner with other IT experts to apply advanced web technologies and engage in front-end user interface development as well as server-side business logic and relational database interaction.
The role will be responsible for the design, development, and support of the Computer Aided Engineering for Space system Architecture (CAESAR) application suite, which is intended to be used in the specification and design of new spacecraft systems.
As a Systems Engineer III in the Avionics Subsystem Engineering Group, you will be responsible for leading and planning the system engineering activities and products for a subsystem which includes hardware and software.
The development activities covers all life cycle phases from software system engineering, requirements definition, design, implementation, unit testing and integration testing using simulations and avionics hardware.